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You Know the Drills
DREW WOOLLEY
February 04, 2013
Keeping in mind score, yardage, clock management and big plays, SI stacked up the five best and the three worst (criteria: cringe-worthiness) two-minute drills in XLVI years of Super Bowls
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February 04, 2013

You Know The Drills

Keeping in mind score, yardage, clock management and big plays, SI stacked up the five best and the three worst (criteria: cringe-worthiness) two-minute drills in XLVI years of Super Bowls

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And the Worst

1 Star-Crossed Super Bowl V

Dallas seemed in perfect position with the ball on the Colts' 48, 1:52 left and the game tied at 13. Then Duane Thomas lost a yard on first down, the Boys were pushed back to their own 27 on a holding call, and linebacker Mike Curtis intercepted a Craig Morton pass to set up Pat O'Brien's game-winning field goal for the Colts.

2 You Wanna Hurl Super Bowl XXXIX

It was always going to be a big task for Donovan McNabb, pinned on his own four-yard line, down seven with 46 seconds left. But McNabb looked sickly rather than heroic, and his third-down interception sealed New England's victory.

3 Imperfect Ending Super Bowl VII

Redskins QB Billy Kilmer had had a rough day, but he did have a late chance against Miami, with 1:14 left and 70 yards to go for a tying TD. Two incompletions, a swing pass to Larry Brown for a loss of four and a sack on the last play put Kilmer out of his misery and left the Dolphins a perfect 17--0.

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